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Campus Fire and Life Safety I: Risk Assessment F0193

Curriculum: Training Programs
Training Specialist

Dave Donohue

Delivery type
2-day off-campus
Continuing education units
ACE recommendation
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, one semester hour in emergency management, disaster mitigation, or fire science.
This two-day course will enable the student to begin to create a comprehensive campus fire and life safety program, starting with conducting a risk assessment and developing and evaluating an emergency plan, as well as building partnerships to sustain emergency programs and plans.

Student pre-course materials and course syllabus:

Selection criteria

The target population for this course will include, but not be limited to:

  • Campus staff with responsibility for learner safety (including housing coordinators).
  • Fire and Emergency Medical Services staff (both on campus and off campus).
  • Local government officials (code enforcement, building inspection, etc.).
  • Community support groups.
  • Off-campus housing interest groups.



Post-course requirements


Upcoming offerings

Submit FEMA Form 119-25-2 to the contact(s) listed below for the course offering you are interested in attending.
Dates Availability Location Contact(s) CCP Train-the-Trainer?
April 10 - 11, 2021 Ammon, Idaho

Dean Ellis
Program Manager
College of Eastern Idaho

Steven Berg
Deputy Chief of Operations
Ammon Fire Department

Course coordination plan
August 10 - 11, 2021 Bloomington, Indiana

Zach Westfall
Field Program Manager
Indiana Department of Homeland Security - Fire Academy

Tinia Daffron
Training Chief
Bloomington Fire Department

Course coordination plan
August 28 - 29, 2021 Enosburgh Falls, Vermont

Jessica Pomainville
Administrative Services Coordinator
Vermont Fire Academy

Michael Skaza
Program Training Coordinator
Vermont Fire Academy

Course coordination plan

Student comments

The more engagement in campus life/fire safety the better the outcome long term for the community.